I am currently shooting a sako stainless synthetic 300 whby. mag and am tired of the weight and would like to re-stock.Does anyone have any ideas on who to go to for a good lt.wt. fiberglass/kevlar replacement stock.
Yes, that’s not so difficult, dear mr. claycrusher! You can order a synthetic stock at SAKO’s, they offer these replacements for the model 75 .300 Wby Magnum. But the difference is slite, I think some 100 grams. If you do prefer a light rifle, take an apropriate caliber. If you want a lightweight in .300 Weatherby Magnum, the recoil will throw you some yards off your mark! Suggestion: transfer two pounds of your bodyweight into your rifle and you are done! It’s the cheapest way to get your mountainrifle and you will feel better anyway!
I just lost 45 lbs to the ozone but it missed my rifle and I don,t miss the wieght. I only shoot a 54 cal B.P. and it only pushes. But I guess it's better to be pushed around by a 54 then kicked around by a 300 mag.
While I was up on the mountains looking for some elk, we spotted some off in the distance. And while I was glassing these elk I couldn’t quite pick up the details of these elk because they were clear out there, and because I couldn’t keep steady enough to get a clear picture of what I was looking at. I told my brother, “I can’t really tell ‘cause I’m shaking.” He gave me the best piece of glassing advice I’ve ever been told (‘cause how many glassing tips can there really be...